REVIEW Fede Cabral – Sí

By 13 September, 2013

Fede Cabral’s record Sí is definitely a pleaser for anyone with strong pop sensibilities. Like any good pop record it’s short and sweet, with the first song, a charming, melodic and catchy tune called “Ahora No Lo Sé”,... Read Article

REVIEW Sante Les Amis – Sudamericana

By 02 February, 2013

During the last five years, Uruguayan dance punk darlings Sante Les Amis released two promising EP’s, Sante Les Amis and Morning Shine, garnering critical acclaim in their homeland and even becoming remixers for Juan Campodónico’s latest project, Campo.... Read Article

Best Albums Of 2012

By 17 December, 2012

It’s that time of the year again when we select some of our favourite releases from the last year, albums either made by South Americans or suitably inspired by South American music as to be deemed worthy of... Read Article

REVIEW Campo – Bajofondo Presenta: Campo

By 10 December, 2012

In late May, Uruguayan super producer and Bajofondo co-founder Juan Campodónico unleashed his newest musical adventure under the stage name Campo. The record, Bajofondo Presenta: Campo, is the producer’s take on the recent explosion of South American folklore... Read Article

Campo “1987 (feat. Jorge Drexler)”

By 08 October, 2012

Campo, the electro/cumbia/pop project of Uruguay’s Juan Campodónico, one of the founding members of Bajofondo Social Club, has just released a new video from his self-titled debut album. “1987” features the vocals of Jorge Drexler, a man who... Read Article

Campo – La Marcha Tropical

By 02 April, 2012

Here’s a track and a release that really snuck under our radar. Campo is the alias of Juan Campodónico, a Uruguayan musician formerly in the great hip-hop/rock band El Peyote Asesino, producer for the likes of Jorge Drexler,... Read Article